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  1. Skeet1981's Avatar
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    Nay from me
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    So... are you asking those in favor of a notification center to literally respond with "yay or nay only"? Or are you asking for people to vote "yay" or "nay" on a notification center? Because you can't ask "all those in favor" to vote "yay" or "nay"; if they're in favor, they're saying "yay" by default.

    Sorry, sometimes I'm a bit pedantic. I vote nay. :)
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    Yay!
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    i vote yay (assuming i understood u correctly) except with the option to turn it off, sure won't hurt to have it
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    Yay

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    As it stands now, notifications are useful for about 3 seconds and then the go into oblivion. One can argue that's what live tiles are for, but I'd rather not pin every freaking app to my main screen. When CNN sends me a breaking news notification, the headline title does not fit, so you I can't read it. And if I miss it, I have no idea it ever happened. A notification center is useful. So I vote yay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoloXCRacer View Post
    As it stands now, notifications are useful for about 3 seconds and then the go into oblivion. One can argue that's what live tiles are for, but I'd rather not pin every freaking app to my main screen. When CNN sends me a breaking news notification, the headline title does not fit, so you I can't read it. And if I miss it, I have no idea it ever happened. A notification center is useful. So I vote yay.
    Agreed, there is no down side why wouldn't you want it? Yay.
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    I say thee YAY!!!
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    Yay.

    As long as it is simple. Not clunky or cluttered. A simple interface that blends well with the rest of the OS.
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    Definitely yay!
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    Yay
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    Yay, yay, yay!!
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    Yes. No brainer
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    NAY............ We have a better solution.
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    Nay
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    Yay
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    Yay
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    Yay😁
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    Yay. Like already said, no reason not to have one.
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    just want to point out, a yay or nay on this board doesnt do any good. the right people wont see it. try doing it at Changing the app list into a hub, which creates a perfect Notification Center too . let your vote be heard! (or seen)
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    Yay, but I'm okay without it.
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    yay ... present way if are not looking at the phone when it happens you'll miss it
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    Yay!
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    Yea

    (not because I want one, but because it would make people shut up about it already)
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    Yay!
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